Commerce

January 24, 2017 - January 25, 2017

Nepal Workshop on Competitive Bidding for Power Projects

On January 24-25, CLDP will conduct a workshop in Kathmandu for officials from the Ministry of Power, Nepal Investment Board, Nepal Electricity Authority and other energy-related agencies on competitive bidding of power projects. The workshop will focus on core elements of competitive bidding and procurement and internationally recognized standards and key principles of attracting investment to large power projects. This workshop is part of the Department of State's Indo-Pacific Economic Corridor Initiative aimed at increasing cross-border investment in energy and power trading in South Asia.
 

December 14, 2016 - December 17, 2016

Afghanistan: Judicial Capacity Building Phase I

CLDP, in partnership with the International Finance Corporation, will train Afghan commercial court judges on the newly reformed Movable and Immovable Property Laws on December 14-17, 2016. 

December 13, 2016 - December 15, 2016

Colombia: Community and Stakeholder Engagement in Oil and Gas Development

On December 13-15, CLDP will conduct a workshop in Bogota on Community and Stakeholder Engagement in Oil and Gas Development.

December 7, 2016 - December 8, 2016

TunisMed Franchise

As part of its continued cooperation with the Tunis Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the Government of Tunisia, CLDP will organized workshops on franchising during the TunisMed Franchise Expo to be held in Tunis from December 7-8, 2016. F

December 6, 2016 - December 7, 2016

Liquefied Natural Gas Import Contracts Workshop

On December 6 and 7, CLDP will conduct a workshop in Naypyitaw for senior Burmese energy officials from the Ministry of Energy and Electricity on developing a legal and regulatory framework for the import of LNG (liquefied natural gas).

November 13, 2016

Parliament Roundtable for Bahrain Parliament Members and Businesses Community

On November 13, CLDP organized a roundtable with Members of the Bahrain National Assembly, Council of Representatives and members of Bahrain’s business community. The Roundtable included an expert from the U.S. Senate and was held in coordination with American Chamber of Commerce Bahrain, Bahrain Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Bahrain’s Businesswomen’s Society, and other prominent members of the Bahraini business community. The Roundtable engaged MPs and business community members to discuss key commercial challenges and business interests requiring legislative reform, including business registration and other key areas of commercial legislation that could affect Bahrain’s budding start-up environment.  This roundtable is part of CLDP’s Legislative Drafting Program in Bahrain to build capacity of the National Assembly.